Good News: 43% of Republicans Think Trump Should Have Power to Shut Down Seditious Media Conspiracy

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 8, 2018

The current state of media, as Alex Jones recently quoted me as saying (without attribution), has nothing at all to do with the First Amendment. Gigantic media corporations are colluding together to defraud the public on a massive scale, by purposefully lying to them, and purposefully attacking and shutting down any attempt to respond to the lies.

It is a criminal conspiracy.

It has NOTHING WHATSOEVER to do with free speech or freedom of the press.

These fake news kikes are colluding directly with the deep state kikes in a seditious conspiracy.

So Republicans are absolutely right to believe that the government should have the right to shut these people down.

Of course the Jews are freaking out that this means about 25% of the country thinks Trump should be able to arbitrarily have them arrested – and are falling back on the Constitution they so hate as a defense.

Remember, these are the exact same Jews celebrating the shut down of Alex Jones screeching about their rights to free speech (but it’s different tho because America is an anarcho-capitalist nation, where the government regulates no private company ever).

Daily Beast:

Freedom of the press may be guaranteed in the Constitution. But a plurality of Republicans want to give President Trump the authority to close down certain news outlets, according to a new public opinion survey conducted by Ipsosand provided exclusively to The Daily Beast.

The findings present a sobering picture for the fourth estate, with respondents showing diminished trust in the media and increased support for punitive measures against its members. They also illustrate the extent to which Trump’s anti-press drumbeat has shaped public opinion about the role the media plays in covering his administration.

All told, 43 percent of self-identified Republicans said that they believed “the president should have the authority to close news outlets engaged in bad behavior.” Only 36 percent disagreed with that statement. When asked if Trump should close down specific outlets, including CNN, The Washington Post, and The New York Times, nearly a quarter of Republicans (23 percent) agreed and 49 percent disagreed.

Republicans were far more likely to take a negative view of the media. Forty-eight percent of them said they believed “the news media is the enemy of the American people” (just 28 percent disagreed) while nearly four out of every five (79 percent) said that they believed “the mainstream media treats President Trump unfairly.”

Honestly, there is no need to just arbitrarily shut down media outlets.

All you would need to do is open an investigation and start issuing subpoenas.

Basically, there are already existing laws against fraud that these people have broken repeatedly. There are also conspiracy and sedition laws they have broken. There is no need for some new sweeping presidential power to shut down the media, as this poll – designed to be a fear-stoker – suggests.

The faking of “anonymous sources” alone – and colluding to fake these sources, with government officials and across media outlets, for the purpose of using monopoly power over information to shift political views with an intent to unseat an elected President is clearly and plainly illegal. It is sedition.

The collusion to shut down opposing views – a conspiracy to silence dissent against their narrative, as they’ve done to me and Alex Jones – would also be further proof of a conspiracy.

But just opening up all of their emails – this wouldn’t be hard to do it all legally, and have the majority of mainstream journalists thrown in prison or executed.

Plan #2

I would at this point support Trump just arresting or ordering the summary execution or assassination of journalists, though I would insist that he first declare martial law and then declare them enemy combatants.

I have full faith in Trump, but we should always first respect the rule of law.